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Tax on living annuity

Posted 5 September 2019

What type of a taxpayer am I if I receive a living annuity and I am 42 years old? My monthly living annuity income is just over R10000, I also receive money from my children's investments which ranges between R1000 and R8000.

Submitting a tax return and foreign income

Posted 5 June 2019

I have been living abroad for a while, since February 2018 to be exact. I filed my tax return for the 2017/2018 financial year, as it reflected my income for the previous year, during which I was employed in South Africa. I would like to maintain an unbroken record with SARS, but I'm not sure how to file for income earned abroad. My current income is well below the R1 million limit impostor in South Africans working abroad. I will be tax returning to SA in March 2019. So, I would like to know wh...

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Tax on foreign employment

Posted 28 May 2019

I was living in Dubai from March 2014 up until December 2016, I however did not earn any income while living there. I then moved to Namibia, where I am currently employed and getting an income, I am a registered taxpayer in Namibia. Also, I am a registered taxpayer in South Africa because I worked there before moving to Dubai. I've received no income from South Africa since moving out of the country. I'd like to find out if I still need to submit a tax return to SARS?

CGT for Companies

Posted 26 May 2019

Is it correct that for private individuals Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is levied on net gain and of that, 40% is taken into account and that amount is added to individual's taxable income for that specific tax year. How does it work for companies or Trusts, is 100% of net CGT taken into account or what?

Relocation expenses

Posted 11 February 2019

I got a new job and the new company is paying me one month's salary as relocation allowance. I understand that this is taxed, but can I have any tax deductions if I can prove actual relocation expenses?

Bitcoin and Tax

Posted 8 January 2018

Are the earnings from Bitcoin taxable?

P2p interest

Posted 19 July 2017

I earned interest on a Peer 2 Peer investment in the UK, at https://www. Ratesetter. Com/. As this is a non-SA entity they do not provide IT3(b) statements. It is also not a bank/ institution but independent loans. As such, I am not clear if or were to add this amount in TaxTim. I did get a statement with the amount received of 110. 25GBP. Do I enter this amount at the point of "Did you earn any interest from a foreign bank / institution? On your IT3(b) you will see an amount under foreign interest. " ?...

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Full amount of shares paid out or profit?

Posted 18 July 2017

I had MTN Zakhele shares which reach maturity and were paid out in December 2016. Do I include the amount that was paid into my bank account or the difference between what I paid for the shares vs what I sold them for?

This query relates to question 6431 "Please enter the total amount received from the sale here. This is known as the proceeds." in the Capital Gains section.

RAF

Posted 18 July 2017

Kindly advice me on tax deductions regarding RAF maximum amount that ca be
deducted.

If a person is on Salary range of 280 000 to 300 000 p.a.

The employer and contribute each 7.5 % of the basic salary p.a to pension


The employee currently contribute R405 per month towards retirement
annuity fund per month

The question is how much can be deducted or get refunded from SARS annual
or how much can contributed to RAF to ensure that he/ she is not paying too...

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Outstanding certificates

Posted 14 July 2017

I have not yet received a certificate for my personal Retirement Annuity?

This query relates to question 6803 "Please enter the name of the Fund. You will find this on the Tax Certificate received from your fund. " in the Retirement section.

Are amounts of separate IT3b documents added together?

Posted 13 July 2017

I have two IT3b documents from different sources. Should I add them together?

This query relates to question 6480 "Please enter the total interest amount earned here. If you don't have an IT3(b) you can also add up the interest amounts appearing on your bank statement. This should appear next to source code 4201 on your certificate. " in the Interest & Investments (IT3b) section.

Financial instruments

Posted 13 July 2017

I am busy correcting my tax returns but have a query on financial instruments listed. Does my retirement annuity(s) value also need to be submitted as part of this value at the value it was on the 28th of February? The same questions goes for my TFSA which consists of stocks?

Business Tax Return

Posted 6 July 2017

I just wanted to find out if you deal with business tax? I've recently started a company and would just like to know what SARS will want to see in respect to my accounting when I file a tax return? Essentially, what is the bare minimum if they audit?

Which option do I select on eFiling?

Posted 5 July 2017

Which field do I select on eFiling to add income (in dollars) earned from freelancing?

Earning dollars as a freelancer

Posted 2 July 2017

I've been working as a freelancer (part-time) for the past year and I've been earning money in dollars. How will this affect my tax return?
I also work as a full-time employee.

Offshore earnings tax

Posted 1 June 2017

Hi,

i need to know how my offshore tax will be calculated as I don't meet the 183 criteria for tax exemption.

Tax returns foreign vs local income

Posted 29 May 2017

I've been working outside of the country more than 6 months in a 12 month period with
more than 182/60 day rule passed so that money should be tax free. If I
earn in between those periods in South Africa, does that affect my tax free
income that I am earning outside South Africa?

Unit trust and tax

Posted 24 April 2017

Do I need to declare interest from unit trusts that is under the threshold of R33000 (e. g. Local interest earned was R15000).

Share trading

Posted 19 April 2017

Do you assist with tax returns where share trading is involved?
I trade in CFDs and equity via my broker for the past 5 years, however,
I've not been making any profit, so I've not been declaring any loss as well.
I don't have any other sources of income except a little interest.

Maintenance claims on pension fund

Posted 19 April 2017

Will monthly maintenance claims by ex-spouse as per a successfully lodged divorce order against my pension fund be taxable in the hands of my ex-spouse, or deemed as income for myself? Will it be treated as exempt from normal tax?

Income from overseas

Posted 10 April 2017

My wife does some occasional freelance work for a company overseas. As well as here in South Africa.
Her local freelance brings in about R3500 per month. She doesn't currently pay provisional tax as the amounts are too small. She's recently taken on some international freelance work that amounts to
about R10500 every second month or so. What are the tax implications of the international income?
Does she need to declare it and can she declare it as a donation?

Capital gains tax or income tax - forex trading

Posted 9 April 2017

What's the difference between capital gains tax and income tax? Which of the two does retail forex trading fall under?

Emigrating and tax affairs

Posted 6 April 2017

What does SARS need to finalise tax affairs when emigrating? All my local income will come to an end once I leave.

CGT on primary residence (if it has been let out - also my only residence)

Posted 4 April 2017

What CGT would I be liable for if my primary residence is my only residence - but rented out?

Income Tax on Dividends

Posted 4 April 2017

When receiving a Dividend from a Company (as a Shareholder). The Shareholder is taxed at 20% of the value on the dividend paid. If you're also earning a regular salary and paying PAYE monthly, would such dividends paid, be subject to additional Income Tax?

So, basically, would regular Individual Income Tax also apply on the dividend again after paying the 20% Dividend Tax?
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